Honigman attorneys in Ann Arbor named 'Notable Practioners'

For the eighth consecutive year, Honigman Miller Schwartz and Cohn LLP is the only Michigan law firm to receive the highest ranking, Band One, for its Corporate/M&A and Real Estate practices in the 2015 edition of Chambers USA, the prestigious directory of leading U.S. business law firms and lawyers. The firm also achieved a Band One ranking for its Litigation practice, along with individual rankings for 26 lawyers with seven of those lawyers receiving Band One or higher. Honigman had more individual attorneys rated than any other law firm in Michigan.

Barbara A. Kaye and David N. Parsigian, both partners and Corporate/M&A attorneys in Honigman's Ann Arbor office, were among Honigman lawyers recognized as "Notable Practitioners."

Kaye, who serves as Chair of the firm's Committee on Women's Initiatives, has significant experience representing public and private sector clients on a broad array of transactions, counsels clients on mergers, acquisitions and joint ventures, assists clients with syndicated financings, private debt placement, 144A high yield offerings and debt restructurings, and advises clients regarding private equity financing transactions at the senior credit and mezzanine levels. Kaye earned her law degree, magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan, where she also earned her undergrad degree, with highest distinction.

Parsigian, managing partner in the Ann Arbor office, a member of the firm's Board of Directors, and leader of the Venture Capital Practice Group, focuses on finance, corporate and securities law. He places particular emphasis on representation of emerging technology companies from inception through acquisition or initial public offering, venture capital finance, private placements, joint ventures, technology licensing, strategic alliances and mergers and acquisitions.

He earned his undergrad degree in Mechanical Engineering, magna cum laude, from the University of Michigan, and his J.D., with honors, from the University of Texas at Austin School of Law.

Published: Mon, Jun 08, 2015